Deputies have obtained arrest warrants for Brown, but he moved to California before the warrants were signed, the sheriff’s office said. Deputies plan to extradite him to Georgia when he’s arrested to face three counts of fraud and theft by taking.
Wells Fargo told the news station that Jernigan no longer works at the bank but wouldn’t comment further because the investigation is ongoing.
Jernigan faces multiple felony charges, including four counts of identity fraud, one count of computer crime and invasion of privacy and a count of theft by taking, the sheriff’s office said. He was previously released from the county’s jail on a $17,180 bond.
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